Here’s where and how to save now on fun on the snow the rest of this season and next season, too.
The weather is warmer, base depths are deep and there’s the occasional big storm that rolls through and provides a refresh.
ecoXplorer Evelyn Kanter has skied nearly every resort on this list, and loves each and every one.
Anyone with a season pass to any resort in the world gets 50% off day tickets.
Powder Mountain – where ecoXplorer Evelyn Kanter has just skied this week – also offers FREE skiing to skiers 75 and over.
Ski and ride until closing day in April 2019 (exact closing date TBD) with Brighton’s spring pass – on sale for $199.
Stay longer and save more with the Spring Lodging Package, at either the Park City base village or Canyons Village.
Save 15% on a four-night stay, 20% on a five-six night stay and 25% on a seven-night stay or longer.
Spring season special: All-inclusive full-day lesson, rentals and a lift ticket for $139.
Also, purchase a 2019-20 Snowbasin season pass now and ski/ride free for the rest of this season.
Ski Free at Sundance this Spring Break! Book any room in March and get free ski passes for each day of your stay.
SnowbirdSnowbird’s $599 Spring Pass gives you full access to the Tram and chairlifts any day of the week through the end of the season. Enjoy unlimited access to the longest season in Utah and Snowbird’s legendary terrain.
Spring Stay & Ski: Book a minimum of two nights lodging and get daily Snowbird Adult lift tickets per adult at rates starting at $125. Kids (ages 12 and under) ski free for every night of their stay on this package.
Ski Utah Passport
Fifth-grade students ski three times at each of Utah’s 13 resorts and sixth-grade students ski one time at each resort for a one-time administrative fee of only $45! Apply here.